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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 18, 2021, 05:27:28 PM »
https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN2BF2QB

Joe and Kamala are absolute clowns and have made this situation 50 times worse than it was

So the smuggling infrastructure outlined in this article was conjured into existence in the two months after his inauguration?

They opened the floodgates

200K apprehended last month - the highest in 20 years


How though?

He got rid of the “remain in Mexico” program for asylum seekers and he set about reuniting lost kids with their families.

Apart from that, the rebound from covid, and the perception change due to the removal the people who would steal your kids, what’s being done differently?

https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/biden-immigration-policies-cause-predictable-border-crisis-why-didn-t-ncna1260992

Ok, so a conservative pundit is blaming Biden’s rhetoric and slow start (again, a few weeks in at the time) for the surge.

There’s only so much and so fast large changes can be made and implemented upon taking over huge federal bureaucracies.

If you think he should have continued the “remain in Mexico” program with that in mind, then argue that. I’ve never claimed his (or any Dem’s) policies were above reproach and criticism.

But he is absolutely correct to step back from the extremism and bigoted rhetoric and policies of Trump, Stephen Miller and the rest. If that encourages people to come, so be it. It took stolen kids and a pandemic to stop them before.

Fantastic

So in place of “extremism and bigoted rhetoric” we now have hundreds of thousands of people now crossing the border every month…….a multi decade high number

Great work….Joe and Kamala…..keep it up

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 18, 2021, 04:18:49 PM »
https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN2BF2QB

Joe and Kamala are absolute clowns and have made this situation 50 times worse than it was

So the smuggling infrastructure outlined in this article was conjured into existence in the two months after his inauguration?

They opened the floodgates

200K apprehended last month - the highest in 20 years


How though?

He got rid of the “remain in Mexico” program for asylum seekers and he set about reuniting lost kids with their families.

Apart from that, the rebound from covid, and the perception change due to the removal the people who would steal your kids, what’s being done differently?

https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/biden-immigration-policies-cause-predictable-border-crisis-why-didn-t-ncna1260992

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 18, 2021, 02:56:55 PM »
https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN2BF2QB

Joe and Kamala are absolute clowns and have made this situation 50 times worse than it was

So the smuggling infrastructure outlined in this article was conjured into existence in the two months after his inauguration?

They opened the floodgates

200K apprehended last month - the highest in 20 years

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 18, 2021, 02:07:41 PM »
https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN2BF2QB

Joe and Kamala are absolute clowns and have made this situation 50 times worse than it was

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 18, 2021, 12:06:56 PM »
Joe and co just killed 9 people including 6 children in a rocket attack ,they tried to say they killed members of isis first . The lies and incompetence are unbelievable, are the taliban providing them locations to target ? or killing people for them in other words.
finally same clean today about this
Meanwhile 10k mostly from Haiti are at the border in Texas trying to enter the country. 200k again last month stopped at border and joes first move is to stop drones flying over so no one can see what’s happening, his seals in the media will keep clapping though.
Joe going from one disaster to another, will the fbi and co try create some trouble tomorrow in DC so they can get back to the white supremacy narrative ? I think so

Joe is responsible for the problems in Haiti, Brazil and Chile that are causing the current influx of Haitians to the border?

The FBI are going to cause the whack jobs to riot today?

You really are gullible and stupid as a plank with the right wing nonsense you spout. Next few days you’ll resurrect the thread again to tell us that Arizona presidential election WAS stolen (I think the “report” is finally coming).

Did Trumps policies not act as a deterrent against all these people showing up at the border?

IIRC the Democrats fought him tooth and nail and never passed up the opportunity of a good photo op

Funny how we don’t hear too much about kids in cages anymore

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General discussion / Re: Shamima Begum
« on: September 18, 2021, 11:34:08 AM »
British citizen avails of NHS. Shocker.

British Citizen who voluntarily and illegally entered a war zone to side with a murderous Islamic death cult has medical bills paid for by taxpayer

I didn't realise criminals or suspected criminals were barred from availing of services offered by the NHS. Can you point to the legislation that bans it please?

Absolutely..... happy to oblige

If you commit treason or espionage you can have your citizenship revoked which would then disqualify you from availing of NHS services

https://whsolicitors.co.uk/can-british-citizenship-taken-away/

And has the individual you're referring to had her citizenship revoked? Or been so much as charged with an offence?

No, so shut the f**k up.

Anyone who joins ISIS should have their citizenship revoked-100%. No if ands or buts!

What deterrent is there to prevent others from joining if there are no consequences. This other one was to actually rewarded for her stupidity by being given a £500K house paid for by the taxpayers upon her return.

I’d leave them where they are

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/explainers-53428191.amp

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General discussion / Re: Shamima Begum
« on: September 18, 2021, 01:28:53 AM »
British citizen avails of NHS. Shocker.

British Citizen who voluntarily and illegally entered a war zone to side with a murderous Islamic death cult has medical bills paid for by taxpayer

I didn't realise criminals or suspected criminals were barred from availing of services offered by the NHS. Can you point to the legislation that bans it please?

Absolutely..... happy to oblige

If you commit treason or espionage you can have your citizenship revoked which would then disqualify you from availing of NHS services

https://whsolicitors.co.uk/can-british-citizenship-taken-away/

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General discussion / Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« on: September 17, 2021, 11:04:42 PM »
Joe and co just killed 9 people including 6 children in a rocket attack ,they tried to say they killed members of isis first . The lies and incompetence are unbelievable, are the taliban providing them locations to target ? or killing people for them in other words.
finally same clean today about this
Meanwhile 10k mostly from Haiti are at the border in Texas trying to enter the country. 200k again last month stopped at border and joes first move is to stop drones flying over so no one can see what’s happening, his seals in the media will keep clapping though.
Joe going from one disaster to another, will the fbi and co try create some trouble tomorrow in DC so they can get back to the white supremacy narrative ? I think so

If Trump was responsible for the drone strike we’d be looking at a war crimes trial

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General discussion / Re: Shamima Begum
« on: September 17, 2021, 08:17:48 PM »
British citizen avails of NHS. Shocker.

British Citizen who voluntarily and illegally entered a war zone to side with a murderous Islamic death cult has medical bills paid for by taxpayer

Irish man in America worried about the cost of something to the British taxpayer.

Irishman on a discussion board discussing things

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General discussion / Re: Shamima Begum
« on: September 17, 2021, 04:06:05 PM »
The UK govt have given another returning Jihadi bride a £500K house in London and are covering all of her medical bills.

I don’t blame people for being furious

Furious is what Little Britainer and DUP'ers do best. Outrage, Fury etc etc. Thats why the idiots voted for Brexit

Why does she need a £500K house in London?

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General discussion / Re: Shamima Begum
« on: September 17, 2021, 03:36:16 PM »
British citizen avails of NHS. Shocker.

British Citizen who voluntarily and illegally entered a war zone to side with a murderous Islamic death cult has medical bills paid for by taxpayer

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General discussion / Re: Shamima Begum
« on: September 17, 2021, 03:02:09 PM »
The UK govt have given another returning Jihadi bride a £500K house in London and are covering all of her medical bills.

I don’t blame people for being furious

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GAA Discussion / Re: AIF 2021 -- Maigh Eo vs Tír Eoghain
« on: September 15, 2021, 12:07:27 AM »
I like the time the brothers of a well known Mayo player back in the 90s were going to batter Spillane up in Croke Park, and Martin Carney had to smuggle him out of the stadium in the boot of his car

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GAA Discussion / Re: AIF 2021 -- Maigh Eo vs Tír Eoghain
« on: September 14, 2021, 12:41:09 AM »
Tyrone08 was spot on about Aidan O'Shea, very overrated for a player who cannot catch a ball cleanly or pass it with hand or foot. Our management team have made a few mistakes this year with some selections but few in the county thought we would get to the AI final last year, let alone this year. That said, we cannot keep coming back each year to accept defeat so easily and making cheap excuses, any of those players who played in the AI final should have been kicking down doors to win this year. Tyrone were the better team on the day, they did the simple things well and some of their scores were top drawer, well done. You give counties like Mayo the hope that one day we will eventually get over the line but we need to change this casual mindset and stop comments like " sure we will be back next year".

100%. There will come a day when we will stop getting to finals regularly. Sure it was 38 years after 1951.

It’s mad that Mayo only won 7 Connachts between 1952 and 1989.
Emigration might have had something to.do with it.
Plus Galway and Ros were strong for various stretches


Definitely part of the story

Dermot Earley was full a blown Mayo man-even born in Castlebar and a first cousin of Publican Mick Byrne

His father got a job one mile over the border in Roscommon and slipped through our fingers

Captain of the 1983 U21 team-Gerry Geraghty emigrated to Chicago and was as good if not better than Willie Joe Padden

Pearce Hanley would have developed into one of the top 4 midfielders in the country

On the other hand more recently

Keith Higgins father was a Galway man (must be where he got his hurling skills from)

Donal Vaughan’s parents both from Cork (I think)

The O’Sheas were born in Mullingar (Kerry parents) ****corrected*****

Lee Keegan-actually is English born and not a drop of Mayo blood in him

Are Keegan’s parents Irish then?

I remember reading a book about some of the unfortunate incidents involving Mayo players. Wasn’t one fella working in the garda and was shot during an armed robbery? Then another fella Ted Webb was killed crossing the train tracks. Both great prospects it seems.

Keegan’s mother was from Cavan….his father was an Englishman

https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/gaelic-games/gaelic-football/lee-keegan-interview-mayo-s-man-apart-on-how-gaelic-football-was-not-for-him-1.2587486

John Morley was well retired by the time he was gunned down by the INLA.  He one of the best players for  Mayo that had the great battles with Galway during the 1960s. When Mayo finally bested them in 1967, Morley missed the semi final due to appendicitis and Mayo lost to Meath who then went on to lift Sam

https://www.mayonews.ie/?option=com_content&view=article&id=9514:john-morley-was-mayos-best-number-six&catid=26&Itemid=54

Ted Webb would have been Mayo’ s David Clifford or Con O Callaghan

John O Mahoney dropped him home from training and soon after he got a call to pick up a relative from a pub.  His car got hit by an unscheduled freight train and was killed instantly

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GAA Discussion / Re: AIF 2021 -- Maigh Eo vs Tír Eoghain
« on: September 13, 2021, 09:39:32 PM »
Tyrone08 was spot on about Aidan O'Shea, very overrated for a player who cannot catch a ball cleanly or pass it with hand or foot. Our management team have made a few mistakes this year with some selections but few in the county thought we would get to the AI final last year, let alone this year. That said, we cannot keep coming back each year to accept defeat so easily and making cheap excuses, any of those players who played in the AI final should have been kicking down doors to win this year. Tyrone were the better team on the day, they did the simple things well and some of their scores were top drawer, well done. You give counties like Mayo the hope that one day we will eventually get over the line but we need to change this casual mindset and stop comments like " sure we will be back next year".

100%. There will come a day when we will stop getting to finals regularly. Sure it was 38 years after 1951.

It’s mad that Mayo only won 7 Connachts between 1952 and 1989.
Emigration might have had something to.do with it.
Plus Galway and Ros were strong for various stretches


Definitely part of the story

Dermot Earley was full a blown Mayo man-even born in Castlebar and a first cousin of Publican Mick Byrne

His father got a job one mile over the border in Roscommon and slipped through our fingers

Captain of the 1983 U21 team-Gerry Geraghty emigrated to Chicago and was as good if not better than Willie Joe Padden

Pearce Hanley would have developed into one of the top 4 midfielders in the country

On the other hand more recently

Keith Higgins father was a Galway man (must be where he got his hurling skills from)

Donal Vaughan’s parents both from Cork (I think)

The O’Sheas were born in Mullingar (Kerry parents) ****corrected*****

Lee Keegan-actually is English born and not a drop of Mayo blood in him

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